Supply chain leaders are faced with navigating unforeseen global and regional developments in an uncertain economic environment. The pressure is on supply chains to control costs and manage inventories.
Decision-making has never been more challenging and critical.
Our latest survey report “The state of European supply chains 2023” (In partnership with JLL) provides a comprehensive overview of the current state of EMEA supply chains and deep dives into the impacts that the economic outlook is having on businesses – from demand & inventory outlook to sustainability initiatives and technologies investments.
Includes Business Critical Insights from Leaders like:
- Remo Illi, Head of Regional Supply Chain Management Europe, Sandoz Pharmaceutical AG
- Volker Ruegheimer, Head of Group Supply Chain Development, Volkswagen AG
Key Insights examples from the report:
Supply chain risks and disruptions expected in 2023
- 68% expect the war in Ukraine to disrupt supply chains in 2023, making it the most widespread concern in EMEA.
- This was followed by supply issues increasing energy/fuel costs (66%) and the effect that inflation will have on consumers (55%).
- Other inflationary pressures anticipated to create disruption are labour shortages (54%), input material inflation (36%), and less stability among suppliers as a result of battling rising prices (31%).
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